At the LSE I enjoy teaching corporate based behaviour and decision making to behavioural science executive students. On this course we cover behavioural biases in trade and investment, compliance in banking, search and hiring processes and day to day decision making. I regularly give talks on these topics to firms, specialist groups and conferences. Please feel free to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more.
I also teach two course on econometrics.
I teach applied health econometrics to postgraduate LSE students on the regular calendar. For more details click here .
I also teach economics of health and wellbeing. This is available as an option to executive students studying HEPM at LSE. On this course I again mainly teach econometrics. However, I do also say something about drugs, smoking and drinking (both in the class and at the social event when the course ends). For more information please click here.